been looked at, by the way, by a lot of courts, four appeals. already gone to the supreme court once and been up healed. >> what about errol morris, a very well-respected guy. he's known for being a really good digger. how much weight do you think he brings to the case? >> well, i think in terms of the court evaluating the evidence in the case, he doesn't bring any weight at all because the only thing the court is going to look at is what was admitted in court and what prosecutors should have revealed to the defense, but in a bigger sense, i mean, the reason we're talking about it and the reason a lot of people have been saying, oh, yeah, i remember that macdonald case, let me take a second look at it. as a matter of fact, i was digging through the evidence last night, because this was a fascinating case. >> it sure is. >> and as the public looks at it, if there's sort of public sentiment that he was treated unfairly, and that kind of has an impact on the court in an indirect way, and, you know, he was convicted on the basis of blood analysis, and fiber analysis and a lot of things.